72 people self-isolating on suspicion of being infected with virus test negative
KARACHI: At least 72 individuals who stepped through an exam for coronavirus at a Karachi lab have been pronounced as pessimistic for COVID-19, a Sindh government representative said on Friday.
“Let me share some uplifting news, 72 individuals who were tried for #COVIDー19 at a research facility in karachi have all tried negative,” Murtaza Wahab said in a Twitter post.
“These individuals had practiced social removing and isolated themselves and the outcome is before [yo]u.”
“Let all of us vow to be mindful residents.”
Let me share some good news, 72 people who were tested for #COVIDー19 at a laboratory in karachi have all tested negative. These people had exercised social distancing & quarantined themselves and the result is in front of u. Let us all pledge to be responsible citizens— SenatorMurtaza Wahab (@murtazawahab1) March 20, 2020
11 new instances of coronavirus were accounted for in Karachi today, taking the all out number of cases to 249 in Sindh and 475 in Pakistan.
All the new cases developed in the port city, the common wellbeing authorities affirmed.
Prior in the day, Pakistan announced its third coronavirus demise as 77-year-old patient died in Karachi.
Sindh Health Minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho in a video articulation said the patient was a malignant growth survivor and had diabetes and hypertension however didn’t have any movement history.